Ivideon Video Surveillance

Ivideon Video Surveillance

100,000 - 500,000 downloads

  • Easy to use
  • Free, works well
  • Useful.
  • Nothing remarkable
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Expert's Review

"24/7 Surveillance!"

Reviewed by / Jul 09, 2012

Keep an eye on everywhere

Ivideon is a video surveillance web service that has now launched an Android application, where you can access to your surveillance cameras over the internet and makes sure you have plenty of features to keep an eye on what is important to you.

Even though we haven't been able to try all the features, it seems that one of the differences between this app and other surveillance services is that this one tries to be easy to use and control, with a simple design and a high usability, so you don't need to know special skills in order to install it. In addition, this is a really ambitious application so expect it to grow and become much more bigger than it is now.

Ivideon is perfect for keeping an eye on your house when you're away or even at work, you just need to install the service and use a webcam to control what's happening. Then, with the mobile application, you will be able to watch your videos from wherever you are. You can also check out previous day's footage, which is conveniently stored in Ivideon's cloud service.

As for extra features, you can also mark your surveillance cameras on Google Maps, let your family or friends access to the videos, embed the videos and other various actions you can discovery by visiting the website.

In conclusion, Ivideon Surveillance, a useful app for those who want to control their house, their workplace or anything, really. It's clearly a nice and easy way to work with surveillance cameras, and we think it works perfectly along unskilled or not tech-savvy people. Although we'd like some extra sci-fi features, flat truth is that this may be the best app of its kind we have seen so far. And it's free (for non-commercial uses).

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Developer's original description available here
This application is a mobile client for Ivideon — leading cloud-based video surveillance web service.
It allows you to gain access to your surveillance cameras over the Internet. It's an IP camera viewer, webcam viewer in one hand.

Most existing video surveillance solutions require at least some degree of expert knowledge and experience to set up. We, on the other hand, try to make Ivideon as user-friendly as possible. No special knowledge is required, you don't need to know anything about hardware and networking technicalities. Just install Ivideon Server and connect your cameras — our service will take care of everything else.

Quick access to live video feeds and video archive, sound recording, motion detection, all the features you would expect from an expensive professional video surveillance system — you name it, it's there.

With Ivideon you will be able to build your own video surveillance system in less than 10 minutes — and see what is happening in your office or at home over the Internet. A webcam or IP camera (ipcam), a free application called Ivideon Server, an account at www.ivideon.com — and you're set.

Ivideon lets you access your live video feeds and surveillance archive using Windows, Linux or Mac OS X desktop applications, mobile clients for Android, iPhone, iPod and iPad — or just a web browser.

It's not just an ordinary video monitoring app. It's a powerful video surveillance and security solution you are able to use anywhere.

Other Ivideon features include (but are not limited to):
— Professional video monitoring;
— Mark your surveillance cameras on Google Maps;
— Share access to your cameras with your employees or friends;
— Embed live video feed from your camera into your blog or website;
— Utilize motion detection to record events instead of empty rooms;
— Baby or nanny remote monitor;
— Easy ipcam connection using rtsp and mjpeg protocol or CCTV and DVR connection;
— Panasonic, Foscam, Airbeam, Axis, D-Link, Hikvision, Dahua, Microdigital, Foscam, Easy-N, Acti, Edimax, TP-Link,Trendnet, Sony, Apexis, Logitech and many other cameras are supported;
— Fast playback, search, and export to video clip;
— Support cameras with presets, PTZ and patrol options;
— Export video sequence remotely;
— Do lots of other things no other video surveillance system can give you.

If you are looking for spy cam, streaming, video monitor, pet monitor, video broadcasting, nanny camera, dropcam, mydlink, smartcam, ipcam, mydlink or webcam Ivideon helps you to get all these features.

Recently changed in this version

1.3.1, 1.3.2:
• Bug fixes

• Video rotation to 180°
• Pinch-to-zoom for video
• Ability to choose a video quality
• Camera sharing
• Camera rename using app
• Bug-fixes

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Comments and ratings for Ivideon Video Surveillance
  • (74)

    by Kenn Khor on 19/04/2014

    Easy to user

  • (74)

    by JonDoe Dlooney on 12/04/2014

    Hey nicely made... got no complaints yet.

  • (74)

    by Roo -N- Moo on 08/04/2014

    The team behind this simple and yet effective app/program needs a lot of applause! So easy to navigate and understand from the get-go! We use it to look in on our dog and cat. Just to make sure they're not getting into anything that they shouldn't! It ha

  • (74)

    by Arseny Semenov on 07/04/2014

    I've installed a home came and I can watch it through this app

  • (74)

    by Sheryl Penguin on 06/04/2014

    Why does it takes so long time to buffer the video? Even though I have good internet... Yet still buffering the video for long time.

  • (74)

    by Frank Appiah on 03/04/2014


  • (74)

    by rob little on 31/03/2014

    As advertised